People around the world are protesting against the persecution of The Rohingya Muslims
On Monday, September 4, tens of thousands of people marched through the city of Grozny, Russia.
In London, several hundred protesters gathered outside the Myanmar embassy in central London on Sunday, September 10.
Also, on September 10, in Karachi, Pakistan, around 7000 protesters, including representatives of the minority Hindu, Christian, and Sikh populations joined the “Support Rohingya March” to support Rohingya Muslims, organized by the country’s main Islamic party.
Last Sunday, September 17, hundreds of protesters gathered in Lakemba Memorial Park protesting against the oppression of Rohingya Muslims.
Dhaka, Bangladesh, followed suit on September 19, where more than 10,000 Rohingya Muslims marched towards the Myanmar embassy to protest the crackdown on the Rohingya.
Over 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since violence erupted in Rakhine State last month.
But the response from the Myanmar government has been pitiful.
Aung San Suu Kyi said in her latest speech:
“We want to find out what the real problems are..”
Satellite images released by Human Rights Watch showed entire villages burnt to the ground in the Rakhine State.
Leonard Doyle, Spokesperson of the UN have said:
“Many of these people are living in terrible situations, in makeshift shelters, without food. Some are living in the open, some are in a military area, where is no access to them by humanitarian agencies…”
May Allah protect our brothers and sisters in Myanmar and protect those who are struggling all around the world!
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